New Orleans Food and History Tour

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New Orleans Food and History Tour
Detail A la carte lunch included
Detail All-inclusive tour
Detail Excellent value for money
Detail Family friendly
Detail Get inside tips from a local
Detail Informative, friendly and professional guide
Detail Instant Confirmation
Detail Led by a local guide
Detail Lunch included
Detail Duration: 3 hours
New Orleans Food and History Tour Schedule Schedule
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Get ready to indulge in the most scrumptious food and immerse yourself in the rich history of New Orleans on the New Orleans Food and History Tour! Set amidst the charming streets of the French Quarter, this tour offers a delightful experience to all food enthusiasts. With a professional local guide, you will explore the hidden alleys that are often overlooked by tourists, and savor some of the most popular local cuisines.

Starting from the Jackson Square, this three-hour walking tour will take you to some of the oldest and most iconic restaurants of the city, including Café du Monde, Napoleon House, and Tujague's. You will relish the authentic flavors of gumbo, jambalaya, and pralines while learning about the city's Creole heritage and the evolution of cuisine. The tour also includes stops at famous historic landmarks such as the St. Louis Cathedral, the Louisiana Supreme Court Building, and the Presbytere, where you will be enlightened with fascinating stories and facts about the city's past.

Throughout the tour, you will also receive recommendations from the guide on where to find the best local food and drinks, the hotspots of New Orleans nightlife, and the must-visit attractions. The guide will also answer any questions you may have about the culture, history, and the city's unique traditions.

The New Orleans Food and History Tour lasts approximately three hours and is perfect for families, couples, and solo travelers. With a relaxed pace and a small group, you won't feel rushed or crowded during the tour, and you will have ample time to explore and appreciate all that the city has to offer.

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 Stop at  3rd Block Depot Kitchen and Bar
Discover a culinary rendezvous at the 3rd Block Depot Kitchen and Bar in New Orleans. This gem serves an irresistible mix of Southern and Creole cuisines, paired with an extensive wine selection, set amid a refined vintage ambiance. Come lose yourself in the compelling flavors and rhythms of the Big Easy. Experience a taste of New Orleans like never before.
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 Pass By  Bourbon Street
Experience the heart of New Orleans nightlife on Bourbon Street. This lively strip is known for its vibrant jazz clubs, unique Creole eateries, and colorful Mardi Gras celebrations. From picturesque balconies to historic bars, Bourbon Street offers an experience like no other - full of charm, excitement, and joie de vivre.
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 Pass By  French Quarter
An iconic blend of music, history, and culinary delights, the French Quarter personifies the unique soul of New Orleans.
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 Pass By  Jackson Square in New Orleans, LA
Immerse yourself in the heart of New Orleans at Jackson Square, a pulsating hub of vibrant culture. Witness local artists in action, enjoy renowned street performances or simply soak up history amid iconic architecture. Framed by St. Louis Cathedral and the picturesque Mississippi, it’s an unmissable slice of authentic New Orleans charm.
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 Stop at  Leah's Pralines
Experience the sweet taste of New Orleans at Leah's Pralines. This beloved confectionery establishment, operating since 1944, serves a delightful variety of homemade treats, majorly its unparalleled signature pralines. A visit to Leah’s worksheet olfactory wonderland filled with the marvelous scent of caramel and chocolate is indubitably a treat to your senses.
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 Stop at  Muriel's Jackson Square
Explore a culinary gem in the heart of New Orleans - Muriel's Jackson Square. This charming restaurant embodies the spirit of the French Quarter, offering Creole cuisine at its finest. It's not just a dining experience, Muriel's boasts elegant interiors, historic connections and a resident ghost, complementing an unforgettable encounter with New Orleans' rich culture.
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 Stop at  New Orleans Creole Cookery
Experience true Southern hospitality at the New Orleans Creole Cookery. This vibrant dining spot delivers an authentic taste of Creole cuisine and Louisiana charm. Nestled in the heart of historic French Quarter, here, mouth-watering flavors merge with the rich tapestry of New Orleans culture, ensuring an unforgettable dining experience.
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 Stop at  NOLA Poboys
Experience the authentic flavor of New Orleans at NOLA Poboys. Tuck into the city's signature sandwich, overflowing with local seafood, meats, or veggies. Located in the heart of vibrant New Orleans, it carries more than fifty variations bound to satisfy any foodie's cravings. A must-visit for a true taste of Southern indulgence. Don't forget to pair it with their renowned side dishes!
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 Stop at  Pepper Palace Hot Sauce Bar
Set your taste buds ablaze at the Pepper Palace Hot Sauce Bar in New Orleans. With an extensive array of gourmet hot sauces, salsas, BBQ sauces, and dry rubs to sample, this is a gastronomical hot spot for seasoned spice enthusiasts and culinary adventurers alike. Dive into a world of heat and flavor in the heart of Louisiana!
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 Pass By  Royal Street
Experience the heart of New Orleans on historic Royal Street. Explore a myriad of shops with rare antiques, local artisan crafts, and unique finds. Savor the diverse culinary scene, soak in vibrant jazz performances, and admire the beautifully preserved French Colonial and Spanish Revival architecture. Royal Street is a must-visit for history buffs, foodies and art enthusiasts alike.

New Orleans is known for its food and the rich history that surrounds it, and the New Orleans Food and History Tour encompasses both perfectly. If you're looking for a unique, authentic, and unforgettable experience, then this tour is a must-do.

Book your tickets now to join in on the adventure and discover the mouth-watering flavors and captivating history of New Orleans.


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